The political poster was one of the most widely discredited and closely policed aspects of cultural life in the former communist bloc. The poster's history is a story of aesthetic, political and finally, national liberation. This comprehensively illustrated comparative analysis of political poster design--drawn from major collections in Belorussia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, and the Ukraine--exemplifies the aesthetic diversity of the region under communist rule.3.7 CCCP 3.10 Jindfich Marco, Students making posters at the foot of ... windows and monuments of their cities with handbills, posters and graffiti, It was not possible to make many posters because the printing shops were soon occupied byanbsp;...
|Title||:||Political Posters in Central and Eastern Europe, 1945-95|
|Author||:||James Aulich, Marta Sylvestrová|
|Publisher||:||Manchester University Press - 1999|